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Fall restraint and fall arrest - what are they?

When undertaking work at heights people can be protected by two different types of system, fall arrest and fall restraint. These are their…

What are the different types of roof access?

Safe access systems come in different forms and are used for different purposes. It is critical that workers understand the differences and…

What happens after I have a height safety system installed?

Having a fall protection system on your roof does not mean your safety responsibilities are complete. Recognising the need for a permanent fall…

Think safe, work safe, be safe

October is National Safe Work Month and Height Safety Engineers is reinforcing its commitment to protecting people. The message of National Safe Work…

Height Safety Engineers gains ISO45001 certification

Height Safety Engineers is excited to announce it has gained certification for ISO45001 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems, continuing…

Who is responsible for ensuring a building has an adequate height safety system?

Falls from heights remain a major workplace hazard resulting in fatalities and injuries across a broad range of industries. Despite this, the risks…

Information about training at Height Safety Engineers

The COVID-19 situation continues to evolve around Australia. Height Safety Engineers is committed to making sure people performing authorised work…

We are still protecting people

The current movement restrictions in response to the ongoing COVID-19 situation in Sydney may be challenging, and that makes keeping people safe at…

5 commonly asked questions about height safety system recertifications

Keeping workers and visitors safe from injury is ultimately the responsibility of any person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU). This is a…

What PPE is required when working at heights?

Falls from heights are a major workplace hazard resulting in fatalities and injuries across a broad range of industries. 

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